Holiday Inn Express & Suites – Auburn Downtown celebrates open house

  • Thursday, September 26, 2019 2:52pm
  • Business

The Holiday Inn Express & Suites – Auburn Downtown, 507 C St. SW, celebrated its grand opening with a gathering and ribbon cutting on Sept. 19.

Residents and staffs from the city of Auburn and Auburn Area Chamber of Commerce were on hand, and Auburn City Council member Bob Baggett performed the ribbon-cutting honors on behalf of Mayor Nancy Backus.

Owner Keum Woo, architect Benny Kim, and KS Construction members were also there to celebrate the occasion.

“We are the newest hotel in Auburn and are excited to be a part of this wonderful community, welcoming travelers to the downtown area for a centrally-located, modern and comfortable place to stay,” said General Manager Teresa Simplot.

For more information on the hotel, call directly at 253-939-3003, visit, or stop in for a tour.

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